Where in the World Is Oil Found?

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The largest reserves of oil are found in the Middle East, with countries like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kuwait, Iran and U.A.E. leading the way. Some of the other countries with large oil deposits include Canada, Venezuela, Russia, Libya and Nigeria.
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The countries with the greatest proved oil reserves are Saudi Arabia, Canada, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Venezuela, UAE, Russia, Libya and Nigeria.
Africa, South America, North America, Middle East to name a few. Many countries you can find oil, but are not economically cost effective to produced.
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